CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on oil prices as a stronger dollar takes some support out of the market.
A group called the Niger Delta Avengers has claimed responsibility for attacks on oil infrastructure that have sent Nigeria's crude output plummeting.
Oil prices of $50 a barrel won't send a rush of capital into U.S. drillers, Tom Ward said.
The economic pressure on Saudi Arabia showed little sign of relief this week, despite the country delivering its bold new vision.
CNBC's Mary Thompson is on the floor at the NYSE with what’s moving markets this morning.
"The Chinese people do not want to have war, so we will be opposed to [the] U.S. if it stirs up any conflict," Liu Zhenmin tells CNBC..
Tapstone Energy Chairman and CEO Tom Ward talks about the outlook for oil prices and how the issue is the access to capital.
This Memorial Day, drivers will see the lowest gasoline prices for the holiday weekend since 2005.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the commodities markets, and what happened to oil this week.
David Wheeler, executive chairman of Premiere Eastern Energy, says the ASX-listed firm wants to tap into China's growing consumer economy.
Alastair Newton from Alavan Business Advisory reckons the Middle East is facing a struggle for Islam between the Arabs, the Iranians and the Turks.
FGE Chairman Fereidun Fesharaki says the oil market is stronger because existing players, such as Canada and Nigeria, are facing temporary supply disruptions.
Marc Faber is known for his bearish outlook on the market, but he sees "significant upside potential" in a few sectors.
US oil fell as high inventories limited the upside of a series of supply outages in Nigeria, Canada and Libya, but posted a weekly gain.
Tesla Motors announced a $2 billion stock sale to help fund the production acceleration of the Model 3.
Oversupply may have sent oil prices lower, but in five years there won't be enough oil to meet demand, John Hofmeister says.
Tough sanctions on Iran that hammered its oil exports may have helped the country cope with the commodities slump by forcing it to diversify its economy.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
Oil Search and InterOil will be able to consolidate partners of potential development projects in the future, says Tim Schroeders from Pengana Capital.
Goldman turned bullish on oil recently but John Kilduff says he thinks oil is more likely to fall back to $35 a barrel.
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